The list of the WWE Superstars who registered the biggest wins at WrestleMania!

The grandest wrestling PPV occasion that has been directed by the WWE, WrestleMania takes the stage annually suring the end of the month of March or at the beginning of April. This WWE Event is one among the majorly admired professional sports events all over the world.

WrestleMania is a really triumphant and greatest running specialized wrestling event in the record books of wrestling. Owing to the emphatic success, the WWE has organized 32 editions of WrestleMania till this point in time. You may have a look at the biggest matches and the players who came out victorious from those blood-sweat matches.

The primary edition of WrestleMania took place in the year 1985 at the famous Madison Square Garden situated at the heart of New York City. The main battle of inaugural WrestleMania was one that featured a tag-team fight among the WWF World Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan & Mr. T up against Paul Orndorff & Roddy Piper in which Muhammad Ali was made the special guest referee.

John Cena vs. The Rock for WWE Championship (WrestleMania 29)

This replay match of their WrestleMania XXVIII meeting fell well short of the standards that these two had set in Miami. The fight was affected in the beginning as The Rock suffered from torn muscles around the pelvis region. It was a really engrossing match, but Cena has the upper hand because of The Rock’s injury. The Rock never gave up and fought like he always did. But it was John Cena, who walked away having the championship as expected.

Winner: John Cena

Chris Jericho vs. Shawn Michaels (WrestleMania 19)

This particular bout was a match in which Chris Jericho was given a chance to battle against his childhood favorite, the person he idolized, and that name is Shawn Michaels. The lead-in to this fight was all regarding the young dominant master fighting with the purpose he was on the WWE industry. In that match both the wrestlers singled out each and every stop to turn the battle unforgettable and they were successful in catering that. The fight itself concluded while the Heart Break Kid rolled Jericho for the victory; however, we still consider that Jericho must have won the fight since it might have been a huge WrestleMania twinkling for him.

Winner: Shawn Michaels

The Undertaker vs. Edge for World Heavyweight Championship (WrestleMania 24)

A lot of people were astonished at the main event that took place at WrestleMania 24 in the city of Orlando, and everyone had a notion that the main event would feature Ric Flair’s concluding match or the 3-way among John Cena, Randy Orton, and Triple H for the WWE Championship in a battle won by The Viper.

In its place, WWE went with the dispute among The Undertaker and Edge to give the audience something to be happy about as Undertaker defeated Edge to present to the Hell to take the title and carry on his WrestleMania winning streak.

Winner: The Undertaker

Batista vs. Randy Orton vs. Daniel Bryan for WWE World Heavyweight Championship (WrestleMania 30)

The WWE were forced into altering the original WrestleMania event, which was listed to be a face to face battle amid Batista & Randy Orton. The WWE Universe undoubtedly desired Bryan to take part in the main event, and following some weeks of thinking and mulling over, Bryan was placed in a mark where in case he beats Triple H to kick off WrestleMania, he will certainly be given a shot to the main event.

Bryan’s amazing in-ring maneuverability gave the edge to this battle from being a failure to a tough fought battle, and eventually, the admirers obtained what they required and Daniel Bryan won the championship at the 30th edition of WrestleMania.

Winner: Daniel Bryan

Kurt Angle vs. Brock Lesnar for WWE World Heavyweight Championship (WrestleMania 19)

On record, this was perfect for a dream match for a lot of people, as the two among the best WWE wrestlers entered the arena to conclude the 19th WrestleMania which was held in Seattle. An ingredient that many fail to remember was Angle was fighting the match having a sternly injured neck, one that might need surgery only days following the event. None of them was in an inferior position, going extreme for the first 21 minutes.

Lesnar almost finished his own career by misplacing the shooting star press and for a minute he even smashed himself out. Both of them were entirely fatigued till Lesnar won the pin through an F-5, prior to the two men hug following this amazing bout.

Winner: Brock Lesnar

John Cena vs. Shawn Michaels for WWE Championship (WrestleMania 23)

This match was imagined to be a rematch from the last WrestleMania, with Triple H receiving another title shot at John Cena, but the WWE gave it one more direction following the incident in which Triple H tore his quad only 3 months prior to the huge event. They chose a huge, and above proficient, substitute in Shawn Michaels, who fairly got the nickname ‘Mr. WrestleMania’.

John Cena was at the pinnacle of his match as the champion, and both of them had a characteristic encounter with a lot of close falls and Tap-out chances for a fight that was only a few minutes short of half an hour. In the end, John Cena managed to win through his submission move, but you can’t take anything away from Shawn Michaels, who performed really well as a replacement challenger.

Winner: John Cena

The Rock vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin for WWE Championship (WrestleMania 17)

Traveling in the past to the days of WrestleMania 6, it had two faces that were battling for the title. For the subsequent time in just 3 years, these two men emerged in the main event at the largest show and the biggest PPV of the year. It was a blood-spattered, bodily fight that witnessed over 60,000 WWE fans in Houston biting their nails at all times during the match.

Eventually, the conclusion was a bit flat, with Austin performing the unlikely and shaking hands with Vince McMahon to win the fight. But, only the pure back and forth, joint with the quantity of blood fall among these two greatest fighters in the game, gave the audience what they wanted.

Winner: Stone Cold Steve Austin

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